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  1. 1. September 15 Employers Information Requirements (EIR’s) for Cambridge Assessment Etienne Le Roux Project Manager BIM Turner & Townsend 7 Savoy Court Strand WC2R 0EX United Kingdom t: +44 (0) 7930 289374 e: etienne.leroux@turntown.co.uk w: turnerandtownsend.com The Triangle Project Trung tâm Elsoft.vn học phần mềm Online www.Elsoft.vn 1
  2. 2. making the difference Purpose of document Cambridge Assessment require all project stakeholders to work to BIM (Building Information Modelling) Level 2 as defined by PAS-1192-2:2013. The fundamental principles for Level 2 information modelling, defines the process as “Single source platform software, with a single external relational database, and associated design analysis software that are fully interoperable.” The intent of this document is to provide an outline definition of Employers Information Requirements (EIRs) to support the implementation of Building Information Modelling (BIM) on The Triangle Project. This document outlines the following to support collaborative processes and produce the information required by Cambridge Assessment during design, construction and handover:  Responsibilities  Best practices  Methods and protocols  Relevant business processes  Supporting software requirements This document should be considered for use to support information provided for further consultant and contractor appointments and define requirements for consultant deliverables. For additional project phases and further workstages outside of the scope of this document, this information may be superseded, but fundamental standards and naming / data structures should be continued throughout the project. Trung tâm Elsoft.vn học phần mềm Online www.Elsoft.vn 2
  3. 3. making the difference Contents PURPOSE OF DOCUMENT 0 1 ABBREVIATIONS AND GLOSSARY OF TERMS 3 2 PROJECT INFORMATION 7 3 MANAGEMENT 10 4 COMMERCIAL 18 5 TECHNICAL 22 6 COMPETENCE ASSESSMENT 30 APPENDIX A ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES 32 APPENDIX B MODEL PRODUCTION DELIVERY TABLE (MPDT) 33 APPENDIX C BIM USES 34 APPENDIX D CDE FOLDER STRUCTURE 35 APPENDIX E DATA EXCHANGE SCHEDULE 36 APPENDIX F LOD DEVELOPMENT 37 APPENDIX G SUPPLIER CAPABILITY ASSESSMENT 38 APPENDIX H NON-GEOMETRIC REQUIREMENTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES 39 APPENDIX I PLAIN LANGUAGE QUESTIONS 40 Trung tâm Elsoft.vn học phần mềm Online www.Elsoft.vn 3
  4. 4. making the difference Rev Originator BIM Approved Date Draft Laurice Peverett George Mokhtar 13 June 2014 1.0 Laurice Peverett Dave Monswhite 01 September 2014 1.1 Laurice Peverett Dave Monswhite 23 September 2014 2.0 Etienne Le Roux Laurice Peverett 15 September 2015 © Turner & Townsend Project Management Ltd. All rights reserved September 15. This document is expressly provided to and solely for the use of Cambridge Assessment and must not be quoted from, referred to, used by or distributed to any other party without the prior consent of Turner & Townsend Project Management Ltd who accept no liability of whatsoever nature for any use by any other party. N:NEWBIMPROJPM24140 - CAMBRIDGE ASSESSMENTDELIVERABLESEIR20140901_CAMBRIDGEASSESSMENT_EIR_1.120150915_CAMBRIDGEASSESSMENT_EIR_2.0.DOC Trung tâm Elsoft.vn học phần mềm Online www.Elsoft.vn 4
  5. 5. making the difference3 1 Abbreviations and Glossary of Terms 1.1 Abbreviations AIM Asset Information Model AM Asset Management ARC Architect BEP BIM Execution Plan BIM Building Information Modelling BWM BIM workgroup meeting CAFM Computer-Aided Facilities Management CDE Common Data Environment CIV Civil Engineer CMA Cost Manager CON Contractor CSE Civil and Structural Engineer EIR Employer Information Requirement FM Facilities Management FMA Facilities Manager IFC Industry Foundation Classes INF Information Manager LAR Landscape Architect LEA BIM Leader LOD Level Of Development (US) of Level of Definition (UK) MEP Mechanical, Electrical and Plumbing engineer MPDT Model Production Delivery Table PEP Project Execution Plan PMA Project Manager STR Structural Engineer WIP Work In Progress Trung tâm Elsoft.vn học phần mềm Online www.Elsoft.vn 5
  6. 6. making the difference4 1.2 Glossary of Terms 4D A 3D representation of an asset with the element of time included to enable simulations. 5D A 3D representation of an asset with the element of time and cost included/linked to enable simulations, commercial management and earned value tracking to take place. 6D A 3D representation of an asset which includes data which enables the efficient management, operation and maintenance of the completed asset. Building information modelling execution plan (BEP) Plan prepared by the suppliers, facilitated by the Employers or the Employer’s BIM representative to explain how the information modelling aspects of a project will be carried out Building information modelling (BIM) Process of designing, constructing or operating a building or infrastructure asset using electronic object-oriented information CIC Scope of Services Multi-disciplinary scope of services published by the Construction Industry Council (CIC) for use by members of the project team on major projects COBie (Construction Operation Building information exchange) Structured facility information for the commissioning, operation and maintenance of a project often in a neutral spread sheet format that will be used to supply data to the employer or operator to populate decision-making tools, facilities management and asset management systems Common data environment (CDE) Single source of information for any given project, used to collect, manage and disseminate all relevant approved project documents for multi-disciplinary teams in a managed process. This is commonly a cloud based SaaS (Software as a Service) solution synchronised with party servers to host the information model Trung tâm Elsoft.vn học phần mềm Online www.Elsoft.vn 6
  7. 7. making the difference5 Data Information stored but not yet interpreted or analysed Design intent model Initial version of the project information model (PIM) developed by the design suppliers Document Information for use in the briefing, design, construction, operation, maintenance or decommissioning of a construction project, including but not limited to correspondence, drawings, schedules, specifications, calculations, spread sheets Drawing Static, printed, graphical representation of part or all of a project or asset Electronic document management system (EDMS) System for storing, retrieving, sharing and otherwise managing electronic documents Employer Individual or organization named in an appointment or building contract as the employer Employer’s information requirements (EIR) Pre-tender document setting out the information to be delivered, and the standards and processes to be adopted by the supplier as part of the project delivery process Graphical data Data conveyed using shape and arrangement in space Lean Production focused on delivering value for the employer and eliminating all non-value-adding activities using an efficient workflow Level of development Collective term used for and including “level of model detail” and the “level of information detail” Trung tâm Elsoft.vn học phần mềm Online www.Elsoft.vn 7
  8. 8. making the difference6 Master information delivery plan (MIDP) Primary plan for when project information is to be prepared, by whom and using what protocols and procedures, incorporating all relevant task information delivery plans Pre-contract BEP The pre-contract BEP is to demonstrate the supplier’s proposed approach, capability, capacity and competence to meet the EIR. It is utilised prior to the appointment of any stakeholder. Post-contract BEP The post-contract BEP is the document defining standard methods and procedures adopted during the contract in order to meet the objectives and requirements set forth in the EIR. It is utilised following the appointment of project stakeholders and in particular by the main contractor. Project implementation plan (PIP) Statement relating to the suppliers’ IT and human resources capability to deliver the EIR Standard method and procedure (SMP) Set of standard methods and procedures covering the way information is named, expressed and referenced Volume Manageable spatial subdivision of a project, defined by the project team as a subdivision of the overall project that allows more than one person to work on the project models simultaneously and consistent with the analysis and design process Trung tâm Elsoft.vn học phần mềm Online www.Elsoft.vn 8
  9. 9. making the difference7 2 Project information 2.1 General Employer Cambridge Assessment Project name The Triangle Project Short project description The Cambridge Assessment team aims at having a ‘Headquarters Facility’ consolidating all the Cambridge Assessment staff within the same campus in concurrence to the envisaged growth over the next years. The project gives the business an objective to rationalise various operational aspects and to centralise central and support services in one location. The site is wedge shaped, ‘The Triangle’ and sandwiched between the railway lines, bus lane and Cambridge cycle to the east and the two lane road to the west. Project address The Triangle Shaftesbury Road Cambridge CB2 8RU Correspondence address Cambridge Assessment 1 Hills Road Cambridge CB1 2EI Project value C.£200M Contract type Two Stage Competitive Design & Build Tender Procurement Plan of works RIBA Plan of Work 2013 Table 1: General Project Information Trung tâm Elsoft.vn học phần mềm Online www.Elsoft.vn 9
  10. 10. making the difference8 2.2 Programme Stage 0 Strategic Definition completion August 2012 Stage 1 Preparation and Brief completion May 2014 Stage 2 Concept Design completion September 2014 Stage 3 Developed Design completion January 2015 Stage 4 Technical Design completion April 2016 Stage 5 Construction completion September 2017 Stage 6 Handover and Close Out completion December 2017 Stage 7 In Use completion December 2018 Table 2: General Programme Information Trung tâm Elsoft.vn học phần mềm Online www.Elsoft.vn 10
  11. 11. making the difference9 2.3 Applicable standards In order to establish a consistent approach to collaboration, Cambridge Assessment requires the core project team and its associated supply chain to adopt the following standards in addition to the EIR: M = Mandatory R = Recommended Application Standards Guidance Collaboration Projectstages Filenaming Objectnaming Drawing Classification LOD CDE Costing COBie Contracts Industry PAS1192-2:2013 M M PAS1192-3:2014 BS1192-4:2014 R M BS1192:2007 M M M M M BIMForum (2014) Level of Development Specification (linked with AIA E202) R R R COBie-UK 2012 M M BS8541-1:2012 M BS8541-2:2011 M BS8541-3:2012 M BS8541-4:2012 M AECUK BIM Protocol M M Uniclass 2015 R CIC/BIM INS M CIC BIM protocol M R RICS NRM1: New Rules of Measurement M Bespoke BIM Execution Plan (BEP) M M M M M M M Table 3: Applicable Standards Trung tâm Elsoft.vn học phần mềm Online www.Elsoft.vn 11
  12. 12. making the difference10 3 Management 3.1 Planning of work and data segregation Information should be managed in accordance with the processes described in PAS1192-2:2013, PAS1192-3:2014, BS1192-4:2014 and BS1192:2007. Cambridge Assessment have specified the use of the workstages detailed in the RIBA 2013 Plan of Work. The Lead Designer is to work with Cambridge Assessment and the BIM Leader to establish project segregation, eg. Blocks, zones and phases. The agreed approach is to be documented in the BEP. Each originating consultant should develop and fully understand the method for developing BIMs to coordinate and support the outputs required. It is advised that models are segregated into multiple linked models, and the strategy for this is to be incorporated into the project BEP. In the first instance, consultants are advised to author models using generic BIM objects suitable for 3D coordination and clash detection. The following strategies should be considered to segregate models effectively:  BIMs shall contain no more than one building, disregarding linked context and container models.  BIMs shall contain information solely produced by the originating design consultant.  BIMs shall contain information from no more than one design discipline.  If a BIM breaches a file size of 100mb consultants should consider segregating the model to reduce individual file sizes. 3.2 Roles and responsibilities BIM roles and responsibilities are described in APPENDIX A. Please also refer to the current version of the project execution plan for overall scopes of services. Responsibilities of design input within the design team are defined within the Model Production Delivery Table (MPDT) located in APPENDIX B. Dataset requirements, AIM requirements and O&M deliverables are also set forth in APPENDIX H. General design coordination is the responsibility of the design team and lead designer. Should the design team be novated, it will be their responsibility from that Trung tâm Elsoft.vn học phần mềm Online www.Elsoft.vn 12
  13. 13. making the difference11 point onwards to execute and coordinate the design under a novation agreement, whilst the Main Contractor’s responsibility will be to deliver the coordinated design after novation. The project team needs to be aware of the extent of the facilities management (FM) measures commissioned by Cambridge Assessment for the design and construction to be relevant and handed over successfully to FM. All stakeholders shall utilise BIM information distributed via the CDE to validate the BIM at key project stages. The following should be reported to the BIM Leader immediately upon discovery:  Discrepancies in the model which may cause inaccuracies  The validity of the data structure within the model and adherence to the data structure defined in the project BEP. COBie-UK-2012 schema is to be implemented.  Instances where out of date information is contained within any of the information models. 3.3 Document naming protocol Model naming conventions should be in accordance with AEC (UK) BIM Protocols v2.0 and BS1192-2007. The complete project file nomenclature will be detailed in the BEP. 3.4 Objects All newly authored BIM objects will be produced and shared by project team members. Object standards are to be in alignment with BS8541 (applicable section). Object property sets are to be in accordance with the developing project data structure. 3.5 Common data environment (CDE) The purpose of the CDE is to provide the Employer and project team with a central, accessible resource of current project information. The CDE will reduce repetition of information exchanges and improve consistency of information and understanding across the team. Stakeholders are responsible for storing and maintaining a copy of all project information in a secure stable location within their own organisation and will make information available to the project team and Employer over the CDE. The Employer Trung tâm Elsoft.vn học phần mềm Online www.Elsoft.vn 13
  14. 14. making the difference12 will have access to native and exchange BIM files at any point. Models will be issued within three working days of an RFI requesting this information. The Common Data Environment (CDE) for this project, file naming and location structure will be confirmed within the Building Information Modelling Execution Plan (BEP). The folder structure within the Common Data Environment (CDE) will be in line with that detailed in PAS1192-2:2013 as in Figure 1. Figure 1: Design and CDE filing process Trung tâm Elsoft.vn học phần mềm Online www.Elsoft.vn 14
  15. 15. making the difference13 Security All project information is to be treated with confidence unless explicitly agreed with Cambridge Assessment. All supply chain organisations are required to adopt this policy. All BIM information will be exchanged in the CDE folder locations listed in APPENDIX D, CDE folder structure. To support security and accessibility of information, folder locations and upload purposes must be strictly adhered to (see APPENDIX D). Any amendments to the naming or structure of the CDE workspace must be explicitly agreed with the project team and Cambridge Assessment, including the Information Manager. 3.6 BIM uses The following BIM uses have been ranked and will be utilised based on this to meet Employer requirements on The Triangle Project. BIM uses have been further detailed in APPENDIX C: High Priority Moderate Priority Low Priority 3D design coordination Assurance and data validation 3D control and planning Asset management Bespoke BIM object library authoring Disaster planning Building systems analysis Construction sequencing and simulation Existing conditions modelling Cost estimation Construction system design Lighting analysis Cost management Data classification Pedestrian simulation for hazard and dwell time Energy analysis Design (BIM) authoring Possessions and permit to work Planned maintenance Design reviews Spatial planning and optimisation Digital fabrication Structural analysis Drawing generation Field management tracking Record modelling Site analysis Trung tâm Elsoft.vn học phần mềm Online www.Elsoft.vn 15
  16. 16. making the difference14 High Priority Moderate Priority Low Priority Space management and tracking Sustainability evaluation Visualisation and communication Table 4: BIM uses priorities 3.7 Process mapping As a minimum standard, the Employer requires details of collaboration processes that will be undertaken in the production of the BIM, to address required BIM uses. Provision of information from consultants should be sufficient to demonstrate competence and capability.  Form of exchange and sharing  Extent of proposed model – LOD and ancillary information inclusion. Anticipated LOD requirements have been defined in the Model Production & Delivery Table (MPDT). Consultants are to review LOD and geometry specification within the MPDT to confirm that they are sufficient to support their process of carrying out the required BIM uses.  Frequency of collaboration and information exchange  Details of proposed model review workshops and other collaborative working practices  Details of proposed method of collaboration with stakeholders / Employer utilising the model Agreed processes will be defined in the BEP. Bidders and appointed consultants should, within their tender submission, propose a suitable strategy for collaboration including interoperability strategies. Trung tâm Elsoft.vn học phần mềm Online www.Elsoft.vn 16
  17. 17. making the difference15 3.8 3D Coordination A high level overview of best practice methodology for collaborating to coordinate BIMs has been outlined below:  Each organisation will make models available to the project team via CDE.  Shared data shall be checked, approved and validated, then issued with status code ‘Issued for coordination’ adhering to PAS1192-2:2013.  The project Information Manager will access information provided by all designers and federate models into one single multidisciplinary model. Where an Information Manager is not directly appointed to undertake this process, it is advised that the Lead Designer or contractor is responsible. The federated model is then uploaded Shared area of CDE, or in this instance uploaded with the shared status.  An issue report shall be produced by the Information Manager (or Lead Designer) and made available to all design consultants three days before coordination reviews. Note: it is advised that software such as C3D, Navisworks or Solibri Model Checker is implemented to identify model issues.  The issue report will be structured in line with the agreed rule sets being used to check models. This report should also be used to form the basis of the agenda used to facilitate model coordination meetings.  During coordination meetings, the approach for dealing with model issues and responsible party for doing so must be agreed. Consultants will then update models following the meeting. 3.9 Health and safety and CDM compliance Cambridge Assessment requires details of how BIM information will be utilised to support the employer’s and supplier’s H&S obligations to demonstrate capability and experience at tender. Consultants are required to submit the following information:  Overview of key H&S deliverables against each work stage  Confirmation on how deliverables will be shared and accessed  Approach to design authoring and model interrogation Information is to be made available to Principal Designer for identifying residual risks at the design stage and monitored throughout the construction stages. Trung tâm Elsoft.vn học phần mềm Online www.Elsoft.vn 17
  18. 18. making the difference16 Designers and the appointed Principal Designer are obligated to inform of potential hazards/risks etc. This should be communicated within the model where feasible and communicated via the CDE. The main contractor will be responsible for acquiring this information. This list is not exhaustive, further definition will be provided by the Principle Designer and defined in the BEP. 3.10 System performance To support access and use of information for all parties, the following guidelines must be met:  Individual models should not exceed 250mb. Consultants unable to process a file of this size should seek to address this immediately and inform the BIM Leader  Federated models when shared should not exceed 1000mb  To improve performance, files must be optimised to reduce unnecessary memory usage. If model sizes exceed the allowances above, new limits may be agreed with the BIM Leader and documented in the BEP. For information regarding software type and format please see section APPENDIX E. 3.11 Compliance plan Cambridge Assessment requires all consultants to comply with the following documents:  Employers Information Requirements (EIR) and associated appendices  Project BEP and associated appendices  Cambridge Assessment BIM protocols and documentation Cambridge Assessment may wish appoint a third party consultant to audit project BIM information at key stages within the context of these documents. 3.12 Delivery strategy for asset information Asset information is to be delivered in COBie-UK-2012 format and 3D IFC 2x3. Further details of model property sets and information required is to be defined with further engagement with the FM provider but as a minimum is listed in APPENDIX H. Trung tâm Elsoft.vn học phần mềm Online www.Elsoft.vn 18
  19. 19. making the difference17 As a minimum standard, the Employer requires proposals to be developed and documented in the BEP setting out how best to deliver asset information into the CAFM system, which is to be defined by the Employer. APPENDIX H identifies the data, geometry and associated documentation required to be included as part of the asset management strategy. The appendix makes reference to COBie data requirements, specific dataset requirements for building and engineering systems, health and safety information and operations & maintenance information. All commissioning information should also be included as to develop a full auditable database of asset information. The main contractor should also provide a strategy for ensuring that information can be accessed efficiently during operations. Trung tâm Elsoft.vn học phần mềm Online www.Elsoft.vn 19
  20. 20. making the difference18 4 Commercial 4.1 Information exchange and data drop management Critical milestones for the execution of The Triangle Project as a fully collaborative BIM project are the data drops as illustrated below. Figure 2: Data drops and gateway points through the project lifecycle 4.2 Data drop specification Key data drop dates are outlined below. On the agreed dates all parties will submit the following data based on models which will be coordinated by the Lead Designer and clash detected: Data drop Date Project stage File submitted Format(s) Responsible party 1 18/11/2014 3 Midway COBie drop .XLS ARC Shared Model .IFC .RVT ARC Shared Model .IFC .RVT CSE Shared Model .IFC .RVT MEP Shared Model .IFC .RVT LAR Shared Model .IFC .RVT INT 1 05/01/2015 3 End COBie drop .XLS ARC Shared Model .IFC .RVT ARC Shared Model .IFC .RVT CSE Trung tâm Elsoft.vn học phần mềm Online www.Elsoft.vn 20
  21. 21. making the difference19 Data drop Date Project stage File submitted Format(s) Responsible party Shared Model .IFC .RVT MEP Shared Model .IFC .RVT LAR Shared Model .IFC .RVT INT 2 27/04/2016 4 COBie drop .XLS ARC Shared Model .IFC .RVT ARC Shared Model .IFC .RVT CSE Shared Model .IFC .RVT MEP Shared Model .IFC .RVT LAR 3 25/09/2017 5 COBie drop .XLS CON Shared Model .IFC CON 4 18/12/2017 6 COBie drop .XLS CON Shared Model .IFC CON Table 5: Data Drops If the appoint of a model validation consultant is identified as a requirement, they will work collaboratively with Cambridge Assessment to use data drops to validate the following:  The progression of the design and design information  Compliance with performance requirements set out in contractual agreements  The development, completeness and validity of FM data and other data as specified in APPENDIX H. The Lead Designer will agree protocols with the Information Manager to confirm that the model is current and all parties are working to the latest model. Actions will be disseminated by the Lead Designer to all parties via the CDE (see details in section 3.5) and errors or non-compliance will be corrected as a priority with agreed timescales. In addition to the information exchange dates the parties will download the BIM for coordination and formal review. Some data drops, as defined in the above diagram, will be used as information support for Gateway Employer reviews, leading to the instruction to proceed to the next stage if the information is satisfactory. Trung tâm Elsoft.vn học phần mềm Online www.Elsoft.vn 21
  22. 22. making the difference20 To this end key ‘plain language questions’ refer to APPENDIX I will be presented at each data drop to ensure that the requisite data and information is sufficient to answer each question in respect of BIM and Soft Landings. 4.3 Employer’s strategic BIM priorities It is essential that the project team comply with Cambridge Assessment’s requirements. Through engagement with Turner & Townsend, Cambridge Assessment have identified the following: High level BIM success factors  Work and operate safely  Deliver quality  Deliver certainty with speed  Provide a reliable basis for asset management Cultural success factors Cultural and collaborative practice underpins successful BIM implementation and is essential to maximise benefits from a BIM process. The following has been proposed:  Collaborative way of working  Forward planning  Communication  Shared understanding  Development of a project ‘team’ These requirements are supported by the prescribed BIM uses which are also described in the project BEP. Consultants should demonstrate proposals to facilitate the employer’s strategic BIM priorities within their scope. Trung tâm Elsoft.vn học phần mềm Online www.Elsoft.vn 22
  23. 23. making the difference21 4.4 Overall purposes requiring information The employer requires information to fulfil the following purposes:  A full registration of assets is required to support accurate auditing and reporting. Every identifiable internal or external space shall be captured within the BIM and/or associated data sets in addition to every distinct floor containing them. Zones shall also be identified within the COBie deliverable.  Facility, Floors (regions), Zones and Spaces (locations) shall be documented with their net and gross areas. The method of measurement used shall be documented on the Facility sheet of the COBie deliverable. This is to enable accurate space planning and to ensure that the complete asset meets the intended purpose.  Information necessary for the normal operations of the facility shall be provided to support the facility operators and the employer to anticipate costs of operations. During the life cycle of the project the ‘plain language questions’ are presented and the project team must provide sufficient information to adequately satisfy the questions, refer to APPENDIX I. Trung tâm Elsoft.vn học phần mềm Online www.Elsoft.vn 23
  24. 24. making the difference22 5 Technical This section establishes technical information requirements, including software, data drop contents and level of development (LOD). 5.1 Software platforms The agreed software for the delivery of the BIM requirements is listed in APPENDIX E. This list should not be viewed as definitive or restrictive. Cambridge Assessment may request software versions to be updated at any point during this project. Any update or change in software versions is to be agreed by Cambridge Assessment and the project team. Cambridge Assessment and the BIM Leader may define version and software platform for collaboration and facilities management software. For coordination, clash review and comment it is proposed that the following software is to be implemented:  Navisworks manage 2015  Solibri model checker Other systems may be considered but must be approved by Cambridge Assessment and the BIM Leader. Consultants are to communicate the software platforms they will implement and provide an outline of how they will interoperate with the software listed above. 5.2 Data exchange protocols The use and responsibility, format and frequency of shared information, as detailed in APPENDIX E, should be understood by all project team members. It is a key requirement of Cambridge Assessment that asset information developed in the design and construction phases of the programme can be incorporated into a computer aided facility management (CAFM) system. Asset information model (AIM) To support the development of an AIM, for each data exchange and at handover, bidders will provide the following information from the same data set:  Native model to be utilised for design and analytical functions  The method of data exchange will be COBie-UK-2012 export v2.4  3D IFC 2x3 Trung tâm Elsoft.vn học phần mềm Online www.Elsoft.vn 24
  25. 25. making the difference23  PDF files Any inconsistencies in data are to be addresses by the originating consultant or contractor. Responsibilities for providing this information are to be recorded in the BEP. For clarity and consistency, IFC export settings are to be recorded in the project BEP and must be consistent throughout the project. AIM requirements At handover, Cambridge Assessment requires asset information to be delivered as part of the information model. Object property sets are to be further defined by the BIM Leader and incorporated in the project BEP. AIM requirements are defined in APPENDIX H. As per BS 1194-4:2014 the integrity of data, included within the COBie schema, should be ensured as follows: a) Every Component should be assigned to at least one Space. b) Every Component should be assigned to one Type. c) Every Component should be assigned to at least one System. d) Every Space should be assigned to at least one Zone. e) Every reference to other sheets should be valid. f) Every reference to PickList enumerations and classifications should be valid. g) Enumerations specified in the Attributes and PickLists should be adhered to. To enable consistency all COBie deliverables should have continuity with earlier deliverables and shall be developed cumulatively to enable comparison and validation. Deliverables should re-use the unique asset names defined in earlier deliverables and external identifiers, such as Global Unique Identifiers (GUIDs) are to be maintained. Trung tâm Elsoft.vn học phần mềm Online www.Elsoft.vn 25
  26. 26. making the difference24 5.3 Trial To trial the exchange of BIM data, the Lead Designer will facilitate the initial sharing and linking of project models over the CDE. This initial process will help identify any unknown and unique issues with collaboratively exchanging information amongst the appointed consultants, including model location to reduce any errors or wasted time later in the project. 5.4 Coordinates Base project reference points are to be defined by the Lead Designer. To keep coordinates consistent, set-out information shall be maintained throughout all models, and to eliminate compatibility issues arising from discrepancies between coordinate systems, all project files should share the same Survey Point and Coordinates. The project team shall work on the models set up with identical locations and origin coordinates. The following outlines the procedure for establishing Model Location and Origin taking in account location and weather data to enable energy analysis where required as a deliverable:  Building and/or site location on the architectural model shall be set at the correct longitude and latitude or defined reference point.  True north of the building and/or site location on the architectural model shall also be set correctly. This is to be consistent with the existing site model.  All the models produced in Revit shall use the "shared coordinates" system.  Consultants will share information in IFC format and 3D coordination exchange formats to ensure that information is correctly and consistently aligned. The agreed process is to be documented in the project BEP to provide consistency of methodology. 5.5 Level of development Requirements for the development of geometry definition and model usability are mapped against project work stages to support the project deliverables and support BIM uses. These requirements are to be understood by all bidders and appointed consultants and incorporated in the project BEP. Interpretation and meaning of Level of Development (LOD) (graphical) is in accordance with the BIM Forum LOD Specification. See APPENDIX F. Trung tâm Elsoft.vn học phần mềm Online www.Elsoft.vn 26
  27. 27. making the difference25 Geometric information requirements The level of development, geometrical complexity and responsibility required at each project work stage (RIBA POW 2013) is defined in APPENDIX B. This must be strictly adhered to unless explicitly agreed by all relevant parties including the BIM Leader and Cambridge Assessment. In future work stages, any amendment to LOD requirements must be explicitly agreed by all members of the project team to the benefit of the project. Bidders will ensure that the MPDT is in alignment with the project design responsibilities matrix and provide comments to this effect. Non-geometric information requirements The following is defined in APPENDIX H:  COBie requirements  Basic parameter requirements  O&M information It is important that all stakeholders familiarise themselves with the parameter requirements and ensure that BIM object templates and component lists take into consideration the data type required. 5.6 2D Graphical Output Information cross sectioned from the model will also be shared using traditional drawing conventions. Drawings, renders, reports and schedules must still adhere to the following:  Information optimised for the purpose of the intended use  Policy for minimum detailing  Minimise repetition of illustrated details and no duplication of drawings  Standards such as BS1192-2007 should be adhered to. Note: Consultants will comply with any existing CAD protocols specified for this project. If an instance occurs where this is not feasible / possible, consultants will bring this to the attention of the project team and endeavour to resolve issues during a BIM work group meeting at the soonest opportunity. Trung tâm Elsoft.vn học phần mềm Online www.Elsoft.vn 27
  28. 28. making the difference26 5.7 Area and Quantity Calculation Standards for accommodation schedules agreed by the designer, cost consultants employer and Employer shall be agreed at the outset. Data shall be extracted from the model directly with no editing of naming and values in other software. Area scheduling shall adhere to the following terms:  GIA - Gross Internal Area  GEA – Gross External Area Area data reported from the model should be current, consistent with the design intent and in alignment with the terms above using definitions from NRM1. 5.8 Model authoring for use with CM software To support 5D costing, BIM authors will adhere to the following:  All items with cost significance must be modelled as an instance of a 3D object  Building elements must be authored using the correct building category, or IFC mapping settings to allow accurate IFC type mapping during export processes  Elements and layered BIM objects must be modelled in accurate locations, with accurate dimensions in alignment with design intent  Model error logs should be regularly checked and issues should be resolved (e.g. duplicate objects)  Layered or composite BIM objects should comprise of materials consistent with the design intent, or should be indicated as concept  BIM objects are to have the agreed property set associated with them, and parameters should be filled in at the required stage. Exact details should be discussed and agreed with Cambridge Assessment, the cost manager and other data consumer’s in advance  Room objects (where applicable) will contain accurate data regarding finishes, room function, name and intended occupancy  The published model shall at all times be an accurate representation of the proposed design. Trung tâm Elsoft.vn học phần mềm Online www.Elsoft.vn 28
  29. 29. making the difference27 5.9 Quality assurance and quality control Geometric quality assurance and quality control Model files Models will not be considered suitable if not deemed a Virtual Design and Construction (VDC) model that is a computer generated 3D model of the proposed project. This requires:  All construction items to be represented in 3D as defined in the MPDT.  Final finishing items, such as skirting’s, architraves, grouting and similar may be excluded where construction is not compromised or there is nominal cost significance.  Drawing sheets shall be created within the modelling environment to ensure accuracy and coordination; all sheets must remain in the BIM.  The model is to be produced in line with agreed MPDT meeting the LOD requirements. General Requirements:  All project Building Information Models shall comply with this document.  This plan covers all BIM work at all stages of the project unless a formal instruction is issued directly by the Employer.  It is assumed that all stakeholders have an appropriate level of knowledge required to operate all software listed in this document to achieve the Employer requirements. If unsure, please ask the BIM Leader for assistance. Spatial Integrity The following rules shall apply to the model spatial integrity:  Space Validation – There shall be no space gaps. Bounding boxes used to represent room and zone spaces shall match with architectural requirements and data values.  All walls shall be properly joined to prevent “space leaks” in areas defined by enclosing walls. Bounding boxes shall not conflict. Trung tâm Elsoft.vn học phần mềm Online www.Elsoft.vn 29
  30. 30. making the difference28  Spatial data shall be generated and associated with bounding elements (walls, doors, windows, floors, columns, ceilings). Material Integrity Representations of model component’s material specifications and scopes shall be modelled correctly and accurately in respect to the actual physical materials of the components to allow for material take-off and accurate design calculations. Additionally:  Modelling should follow the method of construction e.g internal walls must not span across structural elements.  Once models from other disciplines are available they must be used as linked files the objects rendered obsolete are to be deleted. Elements must not appear in more than one model. Revit MEP Systems  Revit systems will comply with the Projects requirements, with no deviations.  The Systems list shall be agreed, and the Revit template produced and adhered to at all times, and only amended in agreement with all. BIM Validation Prior to Model Sharing Validation of BIM data prior to sharing shall check that:  If the authoring software used is Autodesk Revit it has been detached from the central file.  All extraneous drawings sheets (i.e. those deemed to not be a deliverable) have been removed from the BIM.  Revit model or AutoCAD Xrefs have been audited and purged.  File format and naming conventions conform to this document and remain constant for the life span of the project.  Data segregation conforms to project requirements.  3D model and 2D drawings are up to date and that the 2D information has been derived from the 3D model.  All objects in a 3D default view must be made visible.  Any Revit linked reference files have been removed and any other associated data required to load the model file is made available. Trung tâm Elsoft.vn học phần mềm Online www.Elsoft.vn 30
  31. 31. making the difference29  All ownership of Revit work sets has been relinquished.  All models to be using the sharing coordinate system defined at the outset of the project.  Check the Area and Volumes Computations:  Volume Computations is set to ‘Areas and Volumes’, and  Room Area Computation set to ‘at wall finish’. Data quality assurance and quality control The project data QA/QC procedure will be as detailed in BS 1192-4:2014 as per the overview in figure 3. Figure 3: Principles of Quality Assurance and Quality Control 5.10 Training Cambridge Assessment are not responsible for providing training with regards to the BIM authoring tools used by consultants. It is a requirement that all individual parties are fully trained on the authoring tools prior to project engagement. Initial training requirements can be identified through the consultant’s response to APPENDIX G. Trung tâm Elsoft.vn học phần mềm Online www.Elsoft.vn 31
  32. 32. making the difference30 6 Competence assessment 6.1 BIM specific capability assessment for bidders Supplier capability assessment will be in the format of appropriate questions, as well as the submission of proposals to meet the requirements of this EIR document. The supplier competency form is a separate document; however it should be read and completed in tandem with your response to the EIR. For reference a copy of this document is included as APPENDIX G. 6.2 Knowledge and Skill Requirements BIM Objectives and Processes Consultants shall demonstrate knowledge of the underlying processes required to support required BIM uses. This will involve communicating and recording intended methodology which should be shared with the BIM Leader for confirmation prior to implementation. All project team members are responsible for procuring training within their own organisation, and are required to undertake sufficient training to efficiently meet the requirements of the project. Software Experience, knowledge and skill of the appointed consultants must be sufficient to competently undertake processes required to achieve the required BIM uses. If consultants fail to meet these requirements they will improve skill sets or recruit additional technical staff before implementing processes. 6.3 Resource Requirements Hardware and Technology Team members are required to utilise workstations which meet system and software requirements of the BIM software tools required. BIM Content If relevant, project team members will provide details of their in house object library to include the following:  LOD management Trung tâm Elsoft.vn học phần mềm Online www.Elsoft.vn 32
  33. 33. making the difference31  Data Property Sets  Software versions  Modelling standard compliancy  Object behaviour and system dynamics Object sample board  Bidders will provide a BIM project file as part of their submission, containing a selection of standard BIM objects used as standard within their organisation. This will allow other members of the team to interrogate and further understand how to use the information within the objects as the project model develops. 6.4 Changes to tender documentation – BIM In order to facilitate the effective use of BIM on this project, the CIC BIM protocol will be appended to any appointment documentation. Trung tâm Elsoft.vn học phần mềm Online www.Elsoft.vn 33
  34. 34. making the difference32 Roles and responsibilities CA_AppendixA_RolesAndResponsibilities.pdf Trung tâm Elsoft.vn học phần mềm Online www.Elsoft.vn 34
  35. 35. making the difference33 Model production delivery table (MPDT) CA_AppendixB_ModelProductionDeliveryTable.pdf Trung tâm Elsoft.vn học phần mềm Online www.Elsoft.vn 35
  36. 36. making the difference34 BIM uses CA_AppendixC_BIMUses.pdf Trung tâm Elsoft.vn học phần mềm Online www.Elsoft.vn 36
  37. 37. making the difference35 CDE folder structure CA_AppendixD_CDEFolderStructure.pdf Trung tâm Elsoft.vn học phần mềm Online www.Elsoft.vn 37
  38. 38. making the difference36 Information exchange Schedule CA_AppendixE_InformationExchangeSchedule.pdf Trung tâm Elsoft.vn học phần mềm Online www.Elsoft.vn 38
  39. 39. making the difference37 Level Of Development CA_AppendixF_LevelOfDevelopment.pdf Trung tâm Elsoft.vn học phần mềm Online www.Elsoft.vn 39
  40. 40. making the difference38 Supplier capability assessment CA_AppendixG_SupplierCapabilityAssessment.pdf Trung tâm Elsoft.vn học phần mềm Online www.Elsoft.vn 40
  41. 41. making the difference39 Non-Geometric Requirements and Responsibilities CA_AppendixHa_COBieRequirementsAndResponsibilities.pdf CA_AppendixHb_AssetRegister.pdf Trung tâm Elsoft.vn học phần mềm Online www.Elsoft.vn 41
  42. 42. making the difference40 Plain language questions CA_AppendixI_PlainLanguageQuestions.pdf Trung tâm Elsoft.vn học phần mềm Online www.Elsoft.vn 42
  43. 43. Employer’s Information Requirements The Triangle Project making the difference1 Roles and responsibilities R = Responsible (Undertaking task) A = Approving Authority (Delegating tasks and validating compliance) C = Consulted (Providing input to achieve the task) I = Informed (Kept informed about the tasks and/or outputs) * = as required Responsibilities Client–CambridgeAssessment ProjectManager–Turner&Townsend Costmanager-AECOM Designteam–Terrell,Capita LeadDesigner–HLMArchitects BIMLeader–Turner&Townsend Client-sideInformationManager–T&T Contractor-sideInfoManager-Bouygues MainContractor-Bouygues CDM-C–SweettGroup Facilitiesmanager SpecialistContractor CDE Advise on a CDE A I C R Provide a CDE R I I I I I I I I I I Set up the CDE A C C C C C R R C C C Maintain the CDE C I C C R R C Download/upload all project information from/to the CDE R R R R R R R R R R Resources Appoint consultants R C Ensure that the necessary software and hardware are in place within the organisation to support efficient delivery of the project R R R R R R R R R R R R Assess all sub-contracted organisations (design or construct) according to the BIM assessment criteria contained in APPENDIX G I I I R R R R R www.Elsoft.vn Trung tâm Elsoft.vn học phần mềm Online 43
  44. 44. Employer’s Information Requirements The Triangle Project making the difference2 Responsibilities Client–CambridgeAssessment ProjectManager–Turner&Townsend Costmanager-AECOM Designteam–Terrell,Capita LeadDesigner–HLMArchitects BIMLeader–Turner&Townsend Client-sideInformationManager–T&T Contractor-sideInfoManager-Bouygues MainContractor-Bouygues CDM-C–SweettGroup Facilitiesmanager SpecialistContractor Report any emerging skill gaps within the team I R R R R Provide guidance to assist in procuring the right type of training from credible industry professionals I I I I I R I I I I I I Co-ordinate training for your own organisation R R R R R R R R R R R R Project strategy Establish BIM requirements for the project, long term C I R Develop, implement and update as necessary the post-contract BEP, which all project team members need to agree to and use A I C C R Establish, agree and implement the data structure and maintenance standards for the information models I C R R Acquire and update as necessary the post-contract BEP to include construction responsibilities I I I I R R I Develop and implement information delivery plan, sufficient to ensure all deliverables are accounted for C I I R R I Acquire and update the MPDT indicating model progression in respect of work packages including LOD with specific dates of delivery R R Develop and implement the BIM implementation programme A C R I I C www.Elsoft.vn Trung tâm Elsoft.vn học phần mềm Online 44
  45. 45. Employer’s Information Requirements The Triangle Project making the difference3 Responsibilities Client–CambridgeAssessment ProjectManager–Turner&Townsend Costmanager-AECOM Designteam–Terrell,Capita LeadDesigner–HLMArchitects BIMLeader–Turner&Townsend Client-sideInformationManager–T&T Contractor-sideInfoManager-Bouygues MainContractor-Bouygues CDM-C–SweettGroup Facilitiesmanager SpecialistContractor Develop and implement the information exchange protocol I C R R BIM guidance and monitoring of the project team I C I R I Responsible for ensuring that all sub- contracted organisations (design or construct) meet the requirements set forth in the EIR C R R R Provide any existing information including historical data and existing conditions models. R I Geometry Create a site set-up model with coordinated, measurements and bearings to be used disseminated to all design team members I R I Provide a virtual model according to the Levels of Development, the MPDT and the non-geometric requirements R R R R Share information models for coordination R R R R Implement the BEP within the organisation R R R R R R R R R R R Full coordination of the design and design team C R Provide energy analysis model(s) for evaluation by the project team R R Provide structural analysis model(s) for evaluation by the project team R R www.Elsoft.vn Trung tâm Elsoft.vn học phần mềm Online 45
  46. 46. Employer’s Information Requirements The Triangle Project making the difference4 Responsibilities Client–CambridgeAssessment ProjectManager–Turner&Townsend Costmanager-AECOM Designteam–Terrell,Capita LeadDesigner–HLMArchitects BIMLeader–Turner&Townsend Client-sideInformationManager–T&T Contractor-sideInfoManager-Bouygues MainContractor-Bouygues CDM-C–SweettGroup Facilitiesmanager SpecialistContractor Create clash detection reports of the federated models R Ensure the implementation of BIM acknowledges FM and operation and maintenance deliverables I I I R C C Incorporate sub-contract (design and construct) models R R R R Ensure that all drawings are derived from the information models I R R R R Export and publish files according to file data exchange schedule I R R R R Data Specify data requirements including the purpose for the information required and the timing of its delivery A I C C C R I I C C C C Provide data about a facility in both its spatial and physical aspects according to the COBie requirements section of the EIR I R R R I R Provide data specific to a particular system or component in line with individual scope of works R C Delegate aspect of the EIR downwards to the next tier I R R R R Create, acquire and store required information R R R R R R R R Review and approve the data deliverable prior to submission I R R C R R R R www.Elsoft.vn Trung tâm Elsoft.vn học phần mềm Online 46
  47. 47. Employer’s Information Requirements The Triangle Project making the difference5 Responsibilities Client–CambridgeAssessment ProjectManager–Turner&Townsend Costmanager-AECOM Designteam–Terrell,Capita LeadDesigner–HLMArchitects BIMLeader–Turner&Townsend Client-sideInformationManager–T&T Contractor-sideInfoManager-Bouygues MainContractor-Bouygues CDM-C–SweettGroup Facilitiesmanager SpecialistContractor Miscellaneous BIM uses Produce specifications produced within the information models using the native authoring software I R R R R Categorise model data into selection sets as required by the BEP including work package code / BCIS / NBS / System as required. I C I R R I C C R I I R Construction management Provide 4D construction phasing I R C Provide 4D construction sequencing I R I C Provide 4D logistics simulations including crane strategy I R I R Provide 4D simulated method statements for all major activities as part of risk and method statements (RAMS) R I R Update all 4D simulated models to reflect current project conditions and to illustrated progress I R I C Adopt suitable construction management toolkit to make use of information models during production C C R R Report on residual risks within the model space and share via the CDE I I C C I I C R C Compile a digital health and safety file as per the instructions in section 3.9 I C R R I C R I C R www.Elsoft.vn Trung tâm Elsoft.vn học phần mềm Online 47
  48. 48. Employer’s Information Requirements The Triangle Project making the difference6 Responsibilities Client–CambridgeAssessment ProjectManager–Turner&Townsend Costmanager-AECOM Designteam–Terrell,Capita LeadDesigner–HLMArchitects BIMLeader–Turner&Townsend Client-sideInformationManager–T&T Contractor-sideInfoManager-Bouygues MainContractor-Bouygues CDM-C–SweettGroup Facilitiesmanager SpecialistContractor Quality assurance and control Adhere to the QA/QC procedure contained within the EIR R R R R Ensure that all dataset requirements are completed in full accordance to the LOD stage for use in CAFM/AM systems C R R I I R R Clear all error logs contained within the authoring software R R I C R R Purge all unused objects and families contained within the information models R R R R Remove all extraneous views and items contained within the information models R R R Interrogate BIM information provided I R R R R R R R R R R R Report on changes to budget, cost and design A R R Plan, configure and maintain project files C R R I I I R R Audit and coordinate virtual models, including full intermittent clash detection according to the BIM programme I C R C C Report on general model quality in terms of geometry, materiality and metadata I R www.Elsoft.vn Trung tâm Elsoft.vn học phần mềm Online 48
  49. 49. Employer’s Information Requirements The Triangle Project making the difference7 Responsibilities Client–CambridgeAssessment ProjectManager–Turner&Townsend Costmanager-AECOM Designteam–Terrell,Capita LeadDesigner–HLMArchitects BIMLeader–Turner&Townsend Client-sideInformationManager–T&T Contractor-sideInfoManager-Bouygues MainContractor-Bouygues CDM-C–SweettGroup Facilitiesmanager SpecialistContractor Report on adherence to the project BEP with regards to model (LOD), model completeness and BIM standards compliancy I I R Report on functionality of the model for 4D and 5D use by other consultants I C R C Report on BIM object category mapping R Review of received data against the EIR data requirements R R R R R R Support the Lead Designer by undertaking third party 3D coordination and clash detection processes to assist design coordination reviews I C R C C Meetings Make use of information models during design team and Employer team meetings R R Hold BIM workgroup meetings C C* C I I I R R Hold key workstage BIM steer meetings C C C C C R R I C C Hold learning capture meetings C C C C C R C C C C C C Hold lessons learned meeting following phase 3 to aid phase 4 I R R R R R R R R R R www.Elsoft.vn Trung tâm Elsoft.vn học phần mềm Online 49
  50. 50. Employer’s Information Requirements The Triangle Project making the difference8 Responsibilities Client–CambridgeAssessment ProjectManager–Turner&Townsend Costmanager-AECOM Designteam–Terrell,Capita LeadDesigner–HLMArchitects BIMLeader–Turner&Townsend Client-sideInformationManager–T&T Contractor-sideInfoManager-Bouygues MainContractor-Bouygues CDM-C–SweettGroup Facilitiesmanager SpecialistContractor Reporting and Governance Provide monthly status reports of BIM development using project pro- forma I C C R R R R R R C C R Provide monthly procurement model highlighting work packages which have been let and/or procured I I I R C Provide monthly model showing actual programme progress against planned I I R C Report on supply chain performance during construction I I R C www.Elsoft.vn Trung tâm Elsoft.vn học phần mềm Online 50
  51. 51. Cambridge Assessment The Triangle Project Model Production Delivery Table Turner & Townsend Delivery RIBA 2013 (CIC) Workstage LOD Resp Party LOD Resp Party LOD Resp Party LOD Resp Party LOD Resp Party LOD Resp Party 1 Substructure 1 Substructure 1 Standard Foundations 100 CSE 200 CSE 300 CSE 400 CON 500 CON 500 FMA 2 Specialist Foundations 200 CSE 200 CSE 300 CSE 400 CON 500 CON 500 FMA 3 Lowest Floor Construction 200 CSE 200 CSE 300 CSE 400 CON 500 CON 500 FMA 4 Basement Excavation 200 CSE 200 CSE 300 CSE 400 CON 500 CON 500 FMA 5 Basement Walls 200 CSE 200 CSE 300 CSE 400 CON 500 CON 500 FMA 2 Superstructure 1 Frame 1 Steel frames 100 CSE 200 CSE 300 CSE 400 CON 500 CON 500 FMA 2 Space frames/decks 100 CSE 200 CSE 300 CSE 400 CON 500 CON 500 FMA 3 Concrete casings to steel frames 100 CSE 200 CSE 300 CSE 400 CON 500 CON 500 FMA 4 Concrete frames 100 CSE 200 CSE 300 CSE 400 CON 500 CON 500 FMA 5 Timber frames 100 CSE 200 CSE 300 CSE 400 CON 500 CON 500 FMA 6 Specialist frames 100 CSE 200 CSE 300 CSE 400 CON 500 CON 500 FMA 2 Upperfloors 1 Floors 200 CSE 300 CSE 350 CSE 400 CON 500 CON 500 FMA 2 Balconies 200 CSE 300 CSE 350 CSE 400 CON 500 CON 500 FMA 3 Drainage to balconies 200 CSE 300 CSE 350 CSE 400 CON 500 CON 500 FMA 3 Roof 1 Roof structure 100 CSE 200 CSE 300 CSE 400 CON 500 CON 500 FMA 2 Roof coverings 200 ARC 300 ARC 350 ARC 400 CON 500 CON 500 FMA 3 Specialist roof systems 200 ARC 300 ARC 350 ARC 400 CON 500 CON 500 FMA 4 Roof drainage 200 ARC 300 ARC 350 ARC 400 CON 500 CON 500 FMA 5 Rooflights, skylights and openings 200 ARC 300 ARC 350 ARC 400 CON 500 CON 500 FMA 6 Roof features 200 ARC 300 ARC 350 ARC 400 CON 500 CON 500 FMA 4 Stairs and ramps 1 Stair/ramp structures 100 CSE 200 CSE 300 CSE 400 CON 500 CON 500 FMA 2 Stair/ramp finishes 200 ARC 300 ARC 350 ARC 400 CON 500 CON 500 FMA 3 Stair/ramp balustrades and handrails 200 ARC 300 ARC 350 ARC 400 CON 500 CON 500 FMA 4 Ladders/chutes/slides 200 ARC 300 ARC 350 ARC 400 CON 500 CON 500 FMA 5 External walls 1 External enclosing walls above ground level 200 ARC 300 ARC 350 ARC 400 CON 500 CON 500 FMA 2 External enclosing walls below ground level 100 CSE 200 CSE 300 CSE 400 CON 500 CON 500 FMA 3 Solar/rain screening 200 ARC 300 ARC 350 ARC 400 CON 500 CON 500 FMA 4 External soffits 200 ARC 300 ARC 350 ARC 400 CON 500 CON 500 FMA 5 Subsidiary walls, balustrades and proprietary balconies 200 ARC 300 ARC 350 ARC 400 CON 500 CON 500 FMA 6 Facade access/cleaning systems 200 ARC 300 ARC 350 ARC 400 CON 500 CON 500 FMA 6 Windows and external doors 1 External windows 200 ARC 300 ARC 350 ARC 400 CON 500 CON 500 FMA 2 External doors 200 ARC 300 ARC 350 ARC 400 CON 500 CON 500 FMA 7 Internal walls and partitions 1 Walls and partitions 200 ARC 300 ARC 350 ARC 400 CON 500 CON 500 FMA 2 Balustrades and handrails 200 ARC 300 ARC 350 ARC 400 CON 500 CON 500 FMA 3 Moveable room dividers 200 ARC 300 ARC 350 ARC 400 CON 500 CON 500 FMA 4 Cubicles 200 ARC 300 ARC 350 ARC 400 CON 500 CON 500 FMA 8 Internal doors 1 Internal doors 200 ARC 300 ARC 350 ARC 400 CON 500 CON 500 FMA 3 Internal finishes 1 Wall finishes 1 Wall finishes 200 ARC 300 ARC 350 ARC 400 CON 500 CON 500 FMA 2 Floor finishes 1 Finishes to floors 200 ARC 300 ARC 350 ARC 400 CON 500 CON 500 FMA 2 Raised access floors 200 ARC 300 ARC 350 ARC 400 CON 500 CON 500 FMA 3 Ceiling finishes 1 Finishes to ceilings 200 ARC 300 ARC 350 ARC 400 CON 500 CON 500 FMA 2 False ceilings 200 ARC 300 ARC 350 ARC 400 CON 500 CON 500 FMA 3 Demountable suspended ceilings 200 ARC 300 ARC 350 ARC 400 CON 500 CON 500 FMA 4 Fittings, furnishings and equipment 1 Fittings, furnishings and equipment 1 General fittings, furnishings and equipment 200 ARC 300 ARC 350 ARC 400 CON 500 CON 500 FMA 2 Domestic kitchen fittings and equipment 200 ARC 300 ARC 350 ARC 400 CON 500 CON 500 FMA 3 Special purpose fittings, furnishings and equipment 200 INT 300 INT 350 ARC 400 CON 500 CON 500 FMA 4 Signs/notices 200 INT 300 INT 350 ARC 400 CON 500 CON 500 FMA 5 Works of art 200 ARC 300 ARC 350 ARC 400 CON 500 CON 500 FMA 6 Non-mechanical and non-electrical equipment 200 ARC 300 ARC 350 ARC 400 CON 500 CON 500 FMA 7 Internal planting 200 INT 300 INT 350 ARC 400 CON 500 CON 500 FMA 8 Bird and vermin control 5 Services 1 Sanitary installations 1 Sanitary appliances 200 ARC 300 ARC 350 ARC 400 CON 500 CON 500 FMA 2 Sanitary ancillaries 200 ARC 300 ARC 350 ARC 400 CON 500 CON 500 FMA 2 Services equipment 1 Services equipment 200 MEP 300 MEP 350 MEP 400 CON 500 CON 500 FMA 3 Disposal installations 1 Foul drainage above ground 200 MEP 300 MEP 350 MEP 400 CON 500 CON 500 FMA 2 Chemical, toxic and industrial liquid waste drainage 200 MEP 300 MEP 350 MEP 400 CON 500 CON 500 FMA 3 Refuse disposal 200 ARC 300 ARC 350 ARC 400 CON 500 CON 500 FMA 4 Water installations 1 Mains water supply 200 MEP 200 MEP 300 MEP 400 CON 500 CON 500 FMA 2 Cold water distribution 200 MEP 200 MEP 300 MEP 400 CON 500 CON 500 FMA 3 Hot water distribution 200 MEP 200 MEP 300 MEP 400 CON 500 CON 500 FMA 4 Local hot water distribution 200 MEP 200 MEP 300 MEP 400 CON 500 CON 500 FMA 5 Steam and condensate distribution 200 MEP 200 MEP 300 MEP 400 CON 500 CON 500 FMA 5 Heat source 1 Heat source 6 Space heating and air conditioning 1 Central heating 200 MEP 200 MEP 300 MEP 400 CON 500 CON 500 FMA 2 Local heating 200 MEP 200 MEP 300 MEP 400 CON 500 CON 500 FMA 3 Central cooling 200 MEP 200 MEP 300 MEP 400 CON 500 CON 500 FMA 4 Local cooling 200 MEP 200 MEP 300 MEP 400 CON 500 CON 500 FMA 5 Central heating and cooling 200 MEP 200 MEP 300 MEP 400 CON 500 CON 500 FMA 6 Local heating and cooling 200 MEP 200 MEP 300 MEP 400 CON 500 CON 500 FMA 7 Central air conditioning 200 MEP 200 MEP 300 MEP 400 CON 500 CON 500 FMA 8 Local air conditioning 200 MEP 200 MEP 300 MEP 400 CON 500 CON 500 FMA 7 Ventilation 1 Central ventilation 200 MEP 200 MEP 300 MEP 400 CON 500 CON 500 FMA 2 Local and special ventilation 200 MEP 200 MEP 300 MEP 400 CON 500 CON 500 FMA 3 Smoke extract/control 200 MEP 200 MEP 300 MEP 400 CON 500 CON 500 FMA 8 Electrical installations 1 Electrical mains and sub-mains distribution 200 MEP 200 MEP 300 MEP 400 CON 500 CON 500 FMA 2 Power installations 200 MEP 200 MEP 300 MEP 400 CON 500 CON 500 FMA 3 Lighting installations 200 MEP 200 MEP 300 MEP 400 CON 500 CON 500 FMA 4 Specialist lighting installations 200 MEP 200 MEP 300 MEP 400 CON 500 CON 500 FMA 5 Local electricity generation systems 200 MEP 200 MEP 300 MEP 400 CON 500 CON 500 FMA 6 Earthing and bonding systems 200 MEP 200 MEP 300 MEP 400 CON 500 CON 500 FMA 9 Fuel installations 1 Fuel storage 200 MEP 200 MEP 300 MEP 400 CON 500 CON 500 FMA 2 Fuel distribution systems 200 MEP 200 MEP 300 MEP 400 CON 500 CON 500 FMA 10 Lift and conveyor installations 1 Lifts and enclosed hoists 200 MEP 200 MEP 300 MEP 400 CON 500 CON 500 FMA 2 Escalators 3 Moving pavements 4 Powered stairlifts 200 MEP 300 MEP 350 MEP 400 CON 500 CON 500 FMA 5 Conveyors 200 MEP 300 MEP 350 MEP 400 CON 500 CON 500 FMA 6 Dock levellers and scissor lifts 7 Cranes and unenclosed hoists 8 Car lifts, car stacking systems, turntables and the like 200 ARC 300 ARC 350 ARC 400 CON 500 CON 500 FMA 9 Document handling systems 200 MEP 300 MEP 350 MEP 400 CON 500 CON 500 FMA 10 Lift and conveyor systems 200 MEP 300 MEP 350 MEP 400 CON 500 CON 500 FMA 11 Fire and lightning protection 1 Fire fighting systems 200 MEP 300 MEP 300 MEP 400 CON 500 CON 500 FMA 2 Fire suppression systems 200 MEP 300 MEP 300 MEP 400 CON 500 CON 500 FMA 3 Lightning protection 200 MEP 300 MEP 300 MEP 400 CON 500 CON 500 FMA 12 Communication, security and control systems 1 Communication systems 200 MEP 300 MEP 350 MEP 400 CON 500 CON 500 FMA 2 Security systems 200 MEP 300 MEP 350 MEP 400 CON 500 CON 500 FMA 3 Central control/building management systems 200 MEP 300 MEP 350 MEP 400 CON 500 CON 500 FMA 13 Specialist installations 1 Specialist piped supply installations 200 MEP 300 MEP 350 MEP 400 CON 500 CON 500 FMA 2 Specialist refrigeration systems 200 MEP 300 MEP 350 MEP 400 CON 500 CON 500 FMA 3 Specialist mechanical installations 200 MEP 300 MEP 350 MEP 400 CON 500 CON 500 FMA 4 Specialist electrical/electronic installations 200 MEP 300 MEP 350 MEP 400 CON 500 CON 500 FMA 5 Water features 200 MEP 300 MEP 350 MEP 400 CON 500 CON 500 FMA 14 Builder’s work in connection with services 14 Builder’s work in connection with services 100 MEP 200 MEP 300 MEP 400 CON 500 CON 500 FMA 6 Prefabricated buildings and building units 1 Prefabricated buildings and building units 1 Complete buildings 200 ARC 300 ARC 350 ARC 400 CON 500 CON 500 FMA 2 Building units 200 ARC 300 ARC 350 ARC 400 CON 500 CON 500 FMA 3 Pods 200 ARC 300 ARC 350 ARC 400 CON 500 CON 500 FMA 7 Work to existing buildings 1 Minor demolition works and alteration works 1 Minor demolition and alteration works 2 Repairs to existing services 1 Repairs to existing services 3 Damp-proof courses/fungus and beetle eradication 1 Damp-proof courses 2 Fungus/beetle eradication 4 Facade retention 1 Facade retention 5 Cleaning existing surfaces 1 Cleaning existing surfaces 6 Renovation works 1 Masonry repairs 2 Concrete repairs 3 Metal repairs 4 Timber repairs 5 Plastics repairs 8 External works 1 Site preparation works 1 Site clearance NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA 2 Preparatory groundworks NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA 2 Roads, paths, pavings and surfacings 1 Roads, paths and pavings 200 LAR 300 LAR 350 LAR 400 CON 500 CON 500 FMA 2 Special surfacings and pavings 200 LAR 300 LAR 350 LAR 400 CON 500 CON 500 FMA 3 Soft landscaping, planting and irrigation systems 1 Seeding and turfing 200 LAR 300 LAR 350 LAR 400 CON 500 CON 500 FMA 2 External planting 200 LAR 300 LAR 350 LAR 400 CON 500 CON 500 FMA 3 Irrigation systems 200 LAR 300 LAR 350 LAR 400 CON 500 CON 500 FMA 4 Fencing, railings and walls 1 Fencing and railings 200 LAR 300 LAR 350 LAR 400 CON 500 CON 500 FMA 2 Walls and screens 200 LAR 300 LAR 350 LAR 400 CON 500 CON 500 FMA 3 Retaining walls 200 LAR 300 LAR 350 LAR 400 CON 500 CON 500 FMA 4 Barriers and guardrails 200 LAR 300 LAR 350 LAR 400 CON 500 CON 500 FMA 5 External fixtures 1 Site/street furniture and equipment 200 LAR 300 LAR 350 LAR 400 CON 500 CON 500 FMA 2 Ornamental features 200 LAR 300 LAR 350 LAR 400 CON 500 CON 500 FMA 6 External drainage 1 Surface water and foul water drainage 100 CSE 200 CSE 300 CSE 400 CON 500 CON 500 FMA 2 Ancillary drainage systems 100 CSE 200 CSE 300 CSE 400 CON 500 CON 500 FMA 3 External chemical, toxic and industrial liquid waste drainage 100 CSE 200 CSE 300 400 CON 500 CON 500 FMA 4 Land drainage 200 CSE 300 CSE 350 CSE 400 CON 500 CON 500 FMA 7 External services 1 Water mains supply 200 MEP 300 MEP 350 MEP 400 CON 500 CON 500 FMA 2 Electricity mains supply 200 MEP 300 MEP 350 MEP 400 CON 500 CON 500 FMA 3 External transformation devices 200 MEP 300 MEP 350 MEP 400 CON 500 CON 500 FMA 4 Electricity distribution to external plant and equipment 200 MEP 300 MEP 350 MEP 400 CON 500 CON 500 FMA 5 Gas mains supply 200 MEP 300 MEP 350 MEP 400 CON 500 CON 500 FMA 6 Telecommunications and other communication system connections 200 MEP 300 MEP 350 MEP 400 CON 500 CON 500 FMA 7 External fuel storage and piped distribution systems 200 MEP 300 MEP 350 MEP 400 CON 500 CON 500 FMA 8 External security systems 200 MEP 300 MEP 350 MEP 400 CON 500 CON 500 FMA 9 External/street lighting systems 200 MEP 300 MEP 350 MEP 400 CON 500 CON 500 FMA 10 Local/district heating installations 200 MEP 300 MEP 350 MEP 400 CON 500 CON 500 FMA 11 Builder’s work in connection with external services 100 MEP 200 MEP 300 MEP 400 CON 500 CON 500 FMA 6 Handover & Closeout 3 - Midpoint 3 - End Developed DesignDeveloped Design Technical Design Construction Elements, Materials & Components (NRM1) Implementation & Delivery Asset Operation 4 5 7 In Use 15/09/2015 Note: The LODs are deliverables for each stage. 1/1 Trung tâm Elsoft.vn học phần mềm Online www.Elsoft.vn 51
  52. 52. Employer’s Information Requirements The Triangle Project making the difference1 BIM uses High Priority BIM Use Outcomes 3D design coordination  Eradicate design clashes  Improve resource efficiency  Reduce cost from design changes on site  Improve cost certainty Asset management  Better informed decision making  Support the operation and maintenance of a facility  Communicate location and information for property assets Building systems analysis  Measure the actual building performance against the design Cost estimation  Improved precision of estimates Cost management  Improve speed and accuracy of cost analysis and quantification  Improve reaction time to design changes  Provide a resource for ‘what if’ analysis to optimise specification decisions and improved value Energy analysis  Optimise environmental performance of concept model  Optimise environmental performance of proposed building in situ Note: BIM allows you to carry many of these analyses in early stage concept models. Planned maintenance  Linking of BIM information to systems which support operational maintenance  Improved performance and reduced maintenance costs Trung tâm Elsoft.vn học phần mềm Online www.Elsoft.vn 52
  53. 53. Employer’s Information Requirements The Triangle Project making the difference2 Moderate Priority BIM Use Outcomes Assurance and data validation  Rule based analysis of models to determine deficiencies in model authoring and design Bespoke BIM object library authoring  Digital resource to improve turnaround time for model authoring and costing  Standardised specification reference and parameters to improve understanding and use of data  Better understanding of data provided to suppliers to improve efficiency in manufacturing processes Construction sequencing and simulation  Improve health and safety planning  Simulate site conditions at points during construction  Optimise and reduce construction programme  Reduce risk  Optimise site logistics and planning  Increase productivity Construction system design  Design and analyse construction systems e.g. formwork, glazing and scaffolding Data classification  Unified data structure on all projects to improve asset records  Standardised data structure to improve shared understanding with consultants, Employers and facilities managers  Map automatically with emerging Computer-Aided Facilities Management (CAFM) and Facilities Management (FM) tools  Allow multiple assets to be quantified in a single database allowing for forecasts of expenditure and maintenance schedules  Taxonomy  Asset naming Design (BIM) authoring  Better understanding of the design between consultants and the Employer resulting in more informed decision making  More efficient design changes and optioneering  Identify and solve design problems earlier in the design process Trung tâm Elsoft.vn học phần mềm Online www.Elsoft.vn 53
  54. 54. Employer’s Information Requirements The Triangle Project making the difference3 BIM Use Outcomes Design reviews  Improve collaboration and decision making  Shared understanding of design intent and responsibilities  Reduction in Requests for Information (RFIs)  More awareness of special impacts from design changes e.g. lowering beams, ceiling height  Eliminate requirement for mock-ups  Improve efficiency in reviews  HSSE and Construction Design Management (CDM) optimisation Digital fabrication  Improve accuracy of fabrication and reduce time spent interpreting design information  Better quality assurance regarding accuracy of building elements to avoid coordination issues on site Drawing generation  2D graphical information is extracted from the model to communicate design information and meet contractual obligations Field management tracking  Field BIM software is utilised during construction and handover to manage, track, task and report safety, commissioning and handover documents which are linked to the BIM Record modelling  Depict an accurate representation of physical conditions of a facility  Communication of existing site  Modelling and communicating as built information Site analysis  BIM / GIS is used to evaluate geographical area to determine the most optimal site location for the project  Identify the appropriate position of a building within the site Space management and tracking  Maintain an accurate record of information  Optimise use of facility and inform decision making regarding layouts and access improvements Sustainability evaluation  Use the model to support project assessment for the environmental statement, BREEAM and Code for Sustainable home certifications. Trung tâm Elsoft.vn học phần mềm Online www.Elsoft.vn 54
  55. 55. Employer’s Information Requirements The Triangle Project making the difference4 BIM Use Outcomes Visualisation and communication  Employer awareness of design intent  Visualisations consistent with the design  Marketing initiatives and communication of layouts  More efficient application for planning approval Trung tâm Elsoft.vn học phần mềm Online www.Elsoft.vn 55
  56. 56. Employer’s Information Requirements The Triangle Project making the difference5 Low Priority BIM Use Outcomes 3D control and planning  Layout facility assemblies  Automate control of equipment's movement and location  Create detailed control points aid in assembly layout Disaster planning  Emergency services have access to the digital information to develop strategies  Improved response efficiency Existing conditions modelling  Create accurate digital record of an existing asset  Provide accurate survey data to develop a model of an existing asset  Communication of existing site and asset conditions for remote communication  Develop BIM of existing site Lighting analysis  Implement analytical modelling to determine the behaviour of lighting systems and natural light Pedestrian simulation for hazard and dwell time  Simulate hazards to identify and eradicate pinch points which may cause congestion during evacuation  Simulate pedestrian routes to identify pinch points which may affect dwell time Possessions and permit to work  Modelling site ownership and temporary access to adjacent parties  Allow dynamic clash detection for site operations Spatial planning and optimisation  Conditional formatting to identify breaching of space requirements  Instant, accurate space scheduling  Track, validate and communicate area schedules  Test optimum ratios against standard concept model Structural analysis  Analyse and test structural models  Identify impact of design changes on structural integrity  Optimise design performance of structural elements  Automated analysis to inform the design Trung tâm Elsoft.vn học phần mềm Online www.Elsoft.vn 56
  57. 57. making the difference1 CDE folder structure W Write Employer–CambridgeAssessment CON-Bouygues ARC–HLMArchitects MEP–Capita CSE-Terrell LEA–Turner&TownsendBIM INF–Turner&Townsend CMA-AECOM PMA–Turner&Townsend Sub-CON-Organisation FMA-Organisation R Read N No access CDE Folder Structure Models Shared R W W W W R W R R W R Published R R R R R R W R R R R Archived R N N N N R W N N N N As-built R W R R R R W R R R R Drawings Shared R W W W W R W R R W R Published R R R R R R W R R R R Archived R N N N N R W N N N N Documents Clash reports - individual trade R W N N N R W N N R N Clash reports - CON and sub- CON R W N N N R W N N R N RFIs R R R R R R W R R R R Other documents R R R R R R W R R R R Trung tâm Elsoft.vn học phần mềm Online www.Elsoft.vn 57
  58. 58. Employer’s Information Requirements The Triangle Project making the difference1 Information exchange schedule To support collaboration and interoperability, bidders are to provide the following information relevant to their scope of appointment. It should be noted that all TBC’s will be clarified in the BEP. BIM Use Consultant Software and version Native format Exchange format Frequency Design (BIM) authoring ARC CSE MEP Archicad V.18 / Revit 2015 Revit 2015 , 3D Civils Revit 2015 RVT RVT RVT RVT / IFC RVT / IFC RVT / IFC Fortnightly BIM coordination / clash detection ARC CSE MEP CON Archicad V.18 / Revit 2015 Revit 2015 , 3D Civils Revit 2015 Navisworks 2015 RVT RVT RVT NWD RVT / IFC RVT / IFC RVT / IFC NWD / NWC Monthly Design reviews ARC CON Navisworks 2015 Navisworks 2015 NWC/NWD NWC/NWD Fortnightly Environmental Analysis MEP TAS T.B.C Structural Analysis CSE Bentley RAM T.B.C Estimating / QTO CON Revit/Excel T.B.C Construction sequencing CON Synchro V5 Spx/Avi T.B.C Programming CON ASTA / Primavera T.B.C Assurance and data validation CON Navisworks 2015 Cobie Data Exchange CON Excel 2013 .xls .xls End of work stage Trung tâm Elsoft.vn học phần mềm Online www.Elsoft.vn 58
  59. 59. Employer’s Information Requirements The Triangle Project making the difference1 Level of Development Level of Development (LOD) definitions as defined in BIM Forum LOD Specification (August 2014) identify the level of information and detail in the context of LOD levels e.g. LOD100, LOD200, LOD300, LOD350, LOD400, LOD500. Definitions are to be viewed in conjunction with APPENDIX C to determine outputs, deliverables and possible uses for the BIM at each stage of the project. Note: Level of Development is the degree to which the element’s geometry and attached information has been considered i.e. the degree to which consultants can rely on the information when using the model. The fundamental AIA LODs are detailed in the BIM Forum LOD specification as follows:  LOD 100 The Model Element may be graphically represented in the Model with a symbol or other generic representation, but does not satisfy the requirements for LOD 200. Information related to the Model Element (i.e. cost per square foot, tonnage of HVAC, etc.) can be derived from other Model Elements.  LOD 200 The Model Element is graphically represented within the Model as a generic system, object, or assembly with approximate quantities, size, shape, location, and orientation. Non-graphic information shall also be attached to the Model Element.  LOD 300 The Model Element is graphically represented within the Model as a specific system, object or assembly in terms of quantity, size, shape, location, and orientation. Non-graphic information shall also be attached to the Model Element.  LOD 350 The Model Element is graphically represented within the Model as a specific system, object, or assembly in terms of quantity, size, shape, orientation, and interfaces with other building systems. Non-graphic information shall also be attached to the Model Element.  LOD 400 The Model Element is graphically represented within the Model as a specific system, object or assembly in terms of size, shape, location, quantity, and orientation with detailing, fabrication, assembly, and installation information. Non-graphic information shall also be attached to the Model Element.  LOD 500 The Model Element is a field verified representation in terms of size, shape, location, quantity, and orientation. Non-graphic information shall also be attached to the Model Elements. Specified uses for information at each LOD stage, example geometry and uses and example data is outline below. Commercial (5D) and programming (4D) uses are also suggested at each LOD stage. Data drop requirements are aligned with the Level of Development (LOD) to enable the project team to understand the data which is required at each stage. Trung tâm Elsoft.vn học phần mềm Online www.Elsoft.vn 59
  60. 60. Employer’s Information Requirements The Triangle Project making the difference2 5D 4D LOD Data drop Definition Example Geometry & Uses Target Cost Design and Procurement Schedule 300 1b Model Elements are modelled as specific assemblies accurate in terms of quantity, size, shape, location & orientation. Non- geometric information shall also be attached to the Model Elements. Design development and up to fully coordinated design. Spatial coordination of building services including builders work. Coordinated details with subcontract design for structures. 350 2 As above for Sub-contract design As above for sub- contract design Construction Phased & zonal simulations 400 3 Model Elements are modelled as specific assemblies that are accurate in terms of shape, size, location, quantity and orientation with complete fabrication, assembly and detailing information. Non-geometric information shall also be attached to the Model Elements. Construction ready documents, fully coordinated model with all 2D output generate from information models. As Built costs As built simulation 500 4 Model Elements are modelled as constructed assemblies actual and accurate in terms of size, shape, location, quantity, and orientation. Non-geometric information shall also be attached to modelled elements. As built, as installed information. Including all operations documentation including maintenance regimes, spare parts lists etc. Trung tâm Elsoft.vn học phần mềm Online www.Elsoft.vn 60
  61. 61. BIM capability assessment making the difference N:PROJPM24140 - CAMBRIDGE ASSESSMENT05 DELIVERABLESEIRBYUK MAIN CONTRACTCA_APPENDIXG_SUPPLIERCAPABILITYASSESSMENT.DOCX © Turner & Townsend Project Management. All rights reserved May 14. This document is expressly provided to and solely for the use of Cambridge Assessment and must not be quoted from, referred to, used by or distributed to any other party without the prior consent of Turner & Townsend Project Management who accept no liability of whatsoever nature for any use by any other party. 1 Introductory Questions 1.1 General Competence Please complete all sections. General Competence 1.1.1 Do you have a BIM policy for your organisation? If yes, please provide details / attach. Yes / No 1.1.2 Who within your organisation is responsible for your organisation’s BIM strategy? Please provide CVs for applicable staff. 1.1.3 Who within your organisation will be responsible for BIM on their projects? Who will support this person? Please provide references for a maximum of 3 Level 2 BIM maturity projects with case studies. 1.1.4 Please provide a list of your core BIM software including design related software. Enclose a copy of your licence agreements. Trung tâm Elsoft.vn học phần mềm Online www.Elsoft.vn 61
  62. 62. BIM capability assessment 2 making the difference 2 Staff BIM Competency 2.1 Staff BIM competency You will be expected to demonstrate that your organisation has training arrangements in place to ensure that its staff / workforce have sufficient skills and understanding to implement and deliver projects in accordance with the policy and procedures established to achieve major principles of their “Level 2 BIM” maturity, in accordance with the definition within PAS1192-2:2013, an extract of which is included below. 2.2 Principles of Level 2 information modelling The fundamental principles of Level 2 information modelling are:  Originators produce definition information in models which they control, sourcing information from other models where required by way of reference, federation or direct information exchange.  Provision of a clear definition of the Employer’s information requirements (EIR) and key decision points (to form part of the contract, through adoption of the CIC BIM Protocol).  Evaluation of the proposed approach, capability and capacity of each supplier, and their supply chain, to deliver the required information, prior to contract award (purpose of this questionnaire). A BIM execution plan (BEP) shall be developed by the supplier containing:  assigned roles, responsibilities and authorities;  standards, methods and procedures; and  a resourced master information delivery index, aligned with the project programme; Provision of a single environment to store shared asset data and information, accessible to all individuals who are required to produce, use and maintain it. Application of the Employer’s BIM processes and procedures outlined in the documents and standards. Information models to be developed using one of the following combinations of enabling tools:  discipline-based software, with individual proprietary databases, that have limited interoperability between them or with associated design analysis software; Trung tâm Elsoft.vn học phần mềm Online www.Elsoft.vn 62
  63. 63. BIM capability assessment 3 making the difference  discipline-based software, with individual proprietary databases, that are fully interoperable, but with limited interoperability with associated design analysis software;  discipline-based software, with individual proprietary databases and associated design analysis software that are fully interoperable; or  single source platform software, with a single external relational database and associated design analysis software that are fully interoperable. This list of combinations of enabling tools is not exhaustive. 2.3 Staff competency gateway Please complete all sections. Training and qualifications 2.3.1 Do you have arrangements for training employees in BIM related skills and do you assess their capabilities? Please provide details. 2.3.2 If you train staff, who provides the training and how often? 2.3.3 Can you provide CAD / BIM related qualifications and Continual Professional Development (CPD) Certification for proposed team members? Trung tâm Elsoft.vn học phần mềm Online www.Elsoft.vn 63
  64. 64. BIM capability assessment 4 making the difference 2.4 Overall organisational BIM resource Please complete all sections. Project role Number within company fulfilling this role BIM competency Trung tâm Elsoft.vn học phần mềm Online www.Elsoft.vn 64
  65. 65. BIM capability assessment 5 making the difference 3 Model, drawing and CAD management 3.1 Approaches to model management Please complete all sections, providing evidence where appropriate. Approach 3.1.1 Please indicate the drawing and Model / CAD modelling approaches that are used in your organisation. 3.1.2 Provide an approximation of the proportion of your outputs that use each method in a typical year. Trung tâm Elsoft.vn học phần mềm Online www.Elsoft.vn 65
  66. 66. BIM capability assessment 6 making the difference 3.2 BIM / CAD standards Please complete all sections, providing evidence where appropriate. Standards 3.2.1 Are standards used to produce your CAD /BIM models? Yes / No 3.2.2 If you do not work to a CAD / BIM Standard. Why not? 3.2.3 Do you work to the standards outlined in the EIR document? Yes / No 3.2.4 If your standards differ from those outlined in the EIR document, what are they based upon? 3.2.5 How do you demonstrate or what measures do you have in place to ensure compliance with your CAD / BIM Standard? 3.2.6 Do you produce a BIM as an iterative process? e.g. the Plan of Work stages. 3.2.7 Please confirm your Quality Management System allows you to adopt the Employer’s CAD standards including title blocks, file naming conventions, version controls if required? Yes / No 3.2.8 How do you carry out spatial co-ordination using CAD / BIM? 3.2.9 In a single paragraph please explain your experiences with linked, attached and embedded attribute data within 3D models? Trung tâm Elsoft.vn học phần mềm Online www.Elsoft.vn 66
  67. 67. BIM capability assessment 7 making the difference 4 Experience with electronic information exchange 4.1 Web based project tools Please complete all sections, providing evidence where applicable. Experience 4.1.1 Please indicate your experience with web-based project tools such as extranets or web enabled document management systems. 4.1.2 Which project collaboration or web enabled document management tools have you worked with? Please list. 4.2 In house data storage Please complete all sections, providing evidence where applicable. Experience 4.2.1 Please provide details of how work in progress files are stored within your project office ensuring your teams work collaboratively with up to date data generated by your team and from other interfacing designers through the use of web-based collaboration tools. Trung tâm Elsoft.vn học phần mềm Online www.Elsoft.vn 67
  68. 68. BIM capability assessment 8 making the difference 4.3 Professional indemnity limitations Please complete all sections, providing evidence where applicable. Statement 4.3.1 Please describe any limitations placed on your ability to exchange electronic information by your PI insurers, eg. a requirement to send parallel paper copies of electronic documents. If you have a policy statement, please attach it for reference. Trung tâm Elsoft.vn học phần mềm Online www.Elsoft.vn 68
  69. 69. BIM capability assessment 9 making the difference 5 Technical 5.1 Software applications The following are the software applications currently prescribed by the Employer on their projects. Please respond indicating where your company complies / does not comply: Project role BIM authoring tool Compliance with requirement (Yes / No) If ‘No’ – what BIM authoring tool do you propose to use? Version currently in use Architecture Autodesk Revit (Architecture) Yes / No Structural Engineer Autodesk Revit (Structures) Yes / No Mechanical, Electrical and Plant engineering Autodesk Revit (MEP) Yes / No Urban concept AutoCAD Civil 3D Yes / No Infrastructure AutoCAD Civil 3D Yes / No Public Realm AutoCAD Civil 3D Yes / No 5.2 Maintenance Please complete all sections, providing evidence where applicable. Statement 5.2.1 Are your CAD / BIM tools covered by a yearly maintenance agreement? Yes / No Trung tâm Elsoft.vn học phần mềm Online www.Elsoft.vn 69
  70. 70. BIM capability assessment 10 making the difference 5.3 Use of aggregators / visualisation software Please complete all sections, providing evidence where applicable. Statement 5.3.1 Visualisations and clash detection is to be undertaken using Navisworks. Do you currently use Navisworks (Yes / No)? If yes what products do you use and how are they deployed? If no – what clash detection and visualisation packages do you propose to use? Yes / No 5.3.2 Other packages may be used to provide visualisation. Please indicate the approach your organisation takes with regard to the provision of visualisation? 5.4 Use of third party organisations Please complete all sections, providing evidence where applicable. Statement 5.4.1 Is all of your BIM / CAD work done in-house or do you engage third party authoring consultants? If third party consultants are used, please provide details. Trung tâm Elsoft.vn học phần mềm Online www.Elsoft.vn 70
  71. 71. BIM capability assessment 11 making the difference 6 Industry Foundation Classes (IFC) A primary format for data exchange on the Employer’s projects is Industry Foundation Classes (IFC). IFC is an open international standard (ISO 16739:2013) for data that is exchanged and shared among software applications used in the building construction industry. 6.1 Reference Industry Foundation Classes – www.buildingsmart.org/standards/ifc The diagram illustrates the process of exporting data to IFC format from native BIM models in Autodesk Revit. It also illustrates the BIM production process of producing drawings from the model files. 6.2 IFC experience Please complete all sections, providing evidence where applicable. Statement 6.2.1 Briefly describe your experience of using IFC as a file exchange format. IFC Data files Documents and Drawings - PDFNative Model files - RVT Reports Name CreatedBy CreatedOn Category Description AssetType Manufacturer ModelNumber WarrantyGuarantorParts WarrantyDurationParts WarrantyGuarantorLabor WarrantyDurationLabor WarrantyDurationUnit ExtSystem ExtObject ExtIdentifier 1810 x 2110mm jjohnston@brydenwood.co.uk2012-01-19T12:27:24 L41101 : Side hung 1810 x 2110mm Fixed n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a year Autodesk Revit Architecture 2012IfcDoorStyle 1CDIQ4E3j8dvdnBU$wk6u2 790 x 2110mm 3 jjohnston@brydenwood.co.uk2012-01-19T12:27:24 L41101 : Side hung 790 x 2110mm 3 Fixed n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a year Autodesk Revit Architecture 2012IfcDoorStyle 1uSEc$Y8991R7F_wmupV63 Cell Bed family jjohnston@brydenwood.co.uk2012-01-19T12:27:24 L8231 : Beds Cell Bed family Fixed n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a year Autodesk Revit Architecture 2012IfcFurnitureType 0uCr33MTbD2f0EID1ZySM6 Desk Whitewood jjohnston@brydenwood.co.uk2012-01-19T12:27:24 L8531 : Desks Desk Whitewood Fixed n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a year Autodesk Revit Architecture 2012IfcFurnitureType 0uCr33MTbD2f0EID1ZySH6 Cell Locker jjohnston@brydenwood.co.uk2012-01-19T12:27:24 L8234 : Bedside units Cell Locker Fixed n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a year Autodesk Revit Architecture 2012IfcFurnitureType 0uCr33MTbD2f0EID1ZySMA Safer Seat jjohnston@brydenwood.co.uk2012-01-19T12:27:24 L8222 : Chairs Safer Seat Moveablen/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a year Autodesk Revit Architecture 2012IfcFurnitureType 0uCr33MTbD2f0EID1ZySMm 1275x1200h jjohnston@brydenwood.co.uk2012-01-19T12:27:24 L413 : Windows 1275x1200h Fixed n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a year Autodesk Revit Architecture 2012IfcWindowStyle 1ZA_U6nV93MPFF$9QvipEq Basic Wall:Generic Ext - 150mm jjohnston@brydenwood.co.uk2012-01-19T12:27:24 L384 : Partitions non-structural internal wallsBasic Wall:Generic Ext - 150mm Fixed n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a year Autodesk Revit Architecture 2012IfcWallType n/a Basic Wall:Generic Ext - 340mm 2jjohnston@brydenwood.co.uk2012-01-19T12:27:24 L384 : Partitions non-structural internal wallsBasic Wall:Generic Ext - 340mm 2 Fixed n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a year Autodesk Revit Architecture 2012IfcWallType n/a Basic Wall:Generic Ext - 80mm jjohnston@brydenwood.co.uk2012-01-19T12:27:24 L384 : Partitions non-structural internal wallsBasic Wall:Generic Ext - 80mm Fixed n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a year Autodesk Revit Architecture 2012IfcWallType n/a Concrete (Painted) jjohnston@brydenwood.co.uk2012-01-19T12:27:24 L3221 : Dense concrete blocks Concrete (Painted) Fixed n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a year Autodesk Revit Architecture 2012IfcMaterial n/a Generic jjohnston@brydenwood.co.uk2012-01-19T12:27:24 L7841 : Thermal insulation and linings Generic Fixed n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a year Autodesk Revit Architecture 2012IfcMaterial n/a Generic Inserts jjohnston@brydenwood.co.uk2012-01-19T12:27:24 L7841 : Thermal insulation and linings Generic Inserts Fixed n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a year Autodesk Revit Architecture 2012IfcMaterial n/a Material Brickwork jjohnston@brydenwood.co.uk2012-01-19T12:27:24 L321 : Bricks Material Brickwork Fixed n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a year Autodesk Revit Architecture 2012IfcMaterial n/a TFT Monitor nn@aec3.com 2012-01-20T10:01:14 L7613 : Audio-visual information TFT Monitor Moveablen/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a year n/a IfcFurnitureType n/a Mirror nn@aec3.com 2012-01-20T10:01:14 L8732 : Mirrors Mirror Moveablen/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a year n/a IfcFurnitureType n/a Plumbing SVP 1 nn@aec3.com 2012-01-20T10:01:14 L7313 : Sanitary above ground pipes and fittingsPlumbing SVP 1 Fixed n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a year n/a IfcStackTerminalTypen/a WC Pan 510 x 510mm nn@aec3.com 2012-01-20T10:01:14 L721113 : Pans seats An anti-ligature, anti-vandal SAFER CELL Approved back to wall solid surface WC pan for the Secure EnvironmentFixed sales@wallgate.co.ukCWC_150 n/a n/a n/a n/a year n/a IfcSanitaryTerminalTypen/a Wallgate ALS180 Basin 470w x 300dnn@aec3.com 2012-01-20T10:01:14 L72104 : Washbasins Cast as a single piece, the ALS_180 basin replaces the M.O.J SAFER CELL 2-piece ALS_80 basin used throughout the secure environment for the past 10 years. Anti-ligature in design with hidden services and through wall fixings it is extremely tough, being made from the highest grade solid surface materials. Water is activated by electronic Piezo touch buttons, pneumatic push buttons or infra-red sensors anFixed sales@wallgate.co.ukALS180 n/a n/a n/a n/a year n/a IfcSanitaryTerminalTypen/a Applications Trung tâm Elsoft.vn học phần mềm Online www.Elsoft.vn 71
  72. 72. BIM capability assessment 12 making the difference 7 Supplier ICT resilience This section is intended to review your organisational resilience with regard to digital exchange and storage. The Employer recognises that significant reliance will be placed upon the ICT systems of suppliers during the development and transition to operation phases. 7.1 Disaster recovery systems and procedures Please complete all sections, providing evidence where applicable. Statement 7.1.1 Briefly describe your disaster recovery systems and procedures. 7.1.2 Briefly describe your archiving systems and procedures. Trung tâm Elsoft.vn học phần mềm Online www.Elsoft.vn 72
  73. 73. BIM capability assessment 13 making the difference 7.2 Security systems Please complete all sections, describing your security systems and arrangements. Compliance 7.2.1 Do you have an anti virus system that continuously monitors all your incoming and outgoing traffic? Provide details. Yes / No 7.2.2 How often do you update your anti virus software? 7.2.3 If you do not have an anti virus system. Why not? 7.2.4 Do you have systems for protecting against spyware and other covert activity logging systems? Yes / No 7.2.5 If you do not have protection against spyware and other covert logging system. Why not? 7.2.6 Do you have a firewall system? Yes / No 7.2.7 Is it a mainstream supplier or from another source? 7.2.8 What limitations does your firewall place on incoming and outgoing electronic communications? Please describe briefly. 7.2.9 If you do not have a firewall system. Why not? Trung tâm Elsoft.vn học phần mềm Online www.Elsoft.vn 73
  74. 74. BIM capability assessment 14 making the difference 8 Contextual understanding 8.1 Primary BIM uses In order to assess your understanding of wider contexts that BIM can be beneficial, The Employer has identified 12 primary BIM uses that the development will lever benefit from the application of BIM Tools, Applications and Data Management. Please complete the following sections to show your understanding of each of the areas and which areas you could support us with. The examples and benefits should not be viewed as exhaustive. Include supporting evidence. 8.1.1 Design / Construction – Intelligent 3D modelling Examples Benefits expected  Architectural  Structural Design and Fabrication  MEP Design and Manufacture  Civil  Landscaping  Accurate and visual design, no shortcuts (completed design in all details). ‘As Constructed’ re- measured and verified with adequate detail to enable Asset Type and Asset Unique Numbering and Location to be applied  Project Common Design Elements and Product Components in use, libraries and catalogues  Information on materials and components available from model to meet O&M/FM & Investor’s needs Understanding Supporting Evidence Trung tâm Elsoft.vn học phần mềm Online www.Elsoft.vn 74

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